EPISODE 9 - HIVE HOUSE

In this finale episode Kate, Stacy, Matt, and Daren discuss Hive House - a community space that Kate and Stacy created out of Kate's house. 

Matthew Temple and Steve Basilone are featured in this episode telling stories about important women in their lives.  And Emily Lacy performs her original songs live at one of the community events.

If you're interested in helping out with the Los Angeles housing crisis, please consider making a donation or volunteering at a homeless shelter.  We have worked with, and would like to support The Good Shepherd Center - a shelter for women and children: http://gschomeless.org/

 

EPISODE 8 - STACY'S HUSBAND - ALLAN MCLEOD

Kate and Stacy talk with Allan McLeod, Stacy's Husband, about Stacy and Allan's relationship and marriage.

Allan wants you to know about the Women's Cancer Resource Center: Women’s Cancer Resource Center creates opportunities for women with cancer to improve their quality of life through education, supportive services, and practical assistance.  Please check them out and consider making a donation: http://www.wcrc.org/

 

EPISODE 7 - DAREN AND KATE TALK WITH KATE'S PARENTS ABOUT TEACHING, AND LIVING IN MEXICO

In this episode Daren and Kate talk with Kate's parents about teaching, and their experiences living and teaching in Mexico when Kate and her brother Matthew were little.

Our friend, Josh Bycel, is a co-founder of the non-profit One Kid One World, which helps kids get better opportunities for education worldwide.  Check it out, and consider making a donation: http://onekidoneworld.org/

 

EPISODE 6 - WOMEN'S GENITAL HEALTH WITH JACKIE GABARDY

Stacy, Kate, Matt, and Daren talk with acupuncturist and herbalist, Jackie Gabardy about women's genital health and reproductive systems.  Turns out there's some mystery and magic there.

Do you know about the National Women's Health Network?  Check it out!  It's a non-profit designed to give women more of a voice in health care.  Consider informing yourself about them and making a donation.

 

 

EPISODE 4 - SOCCER!

Stacy and Kate talk about their soccer team, The Eleanor Goalseveltes, and their relationship to athletics.  Daren and Matt follow Kate and Stacy out onto the soccer field to learn more about The Goalseveltes.

To support the endeavors of girls, we also want to tell you about Another Kind of Girl:  Another Kind of Girl is a media arts collective that equips girls in the midst of displacement with the creative and technical means to explore and articulate their inner worlds and daily lives through film and photography.

One of the girls who participated in the collective said this:

“I want to show the rest of the world that even though we live in a refugee camp, and have different lives from others, we still have dreams and ambitions. We are creative. We strive to rise above our limitations and work toward our dreams. I feel it’s my responsibility not just to tell the world that truth, but to let people see it for themselves.” ~ Khaldiya

If you'd like to learn more about Another Kind of Girl, or if you'd like to make a donation, you can go to: http://anotherkindofgirl.com/another-kind-of-girl

 

 

EPISODE 3 - PREGNANCY WITH SARAH KOZINN

In this episode Kate and Stacy talk with actress and professor Sarah Kozinn about her pregnancy and delivery.  Sarah and Kate also reminisce about their college years together.

In the spirit of family, we want to let you know about our friend Sista Mary who founded a non-profit called Worthy of Love that throws monthly birthday parties for homeless kids on Skid Row.  If you'd like to volunteer or make a donation you can check out their website: http://www.worthyoflove.net/

EPISODE 2 - FRIENDSHIP

In this episode Kate and Stacy get into it about the history of their friendship and how it's changed as they've changed.  We also learn how Kate and Matt met.

Speaking of friendship, a good friend of ours, Joel Robinson, has a wonderful non-profit called Naturalist For You.  He teaches all sorts of groups how to live more in balance with nature.  Check out his website and consider giving him a small donation if you like the work he's up to:

http://www.naturalist-for-you.org/

 

EPISODE 1 - WHAT IS A WIFE?

In this first of nine episodes Stacy and Kate, along with Matt and Daren, explore what it means to be a wife.

While we have your attention, we'd love to tell you about this cool non-profit:

The Haitian-American Community Organization (HACO) is a charitable organization that financially supports an all-girls' school in Haiti called Notre-Dame du Perpétuel Secours. The school provides a strong education and much-needed meals for girls, from kindergarten through 6th grade, who live in one of the poorest and most dangerous neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince. If it were not for this school, many of the girls would be domestic slaves or prostitutes. 

Please consider donating $5, or whatever you can afford to HACO:

Link to PayPal Donation Page for HACO